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Radiation from Tritiated Thymidine Perturbs the Cell Cycle Progression of Stimulated Lymphocytes

Alan Pollack, C. Bruce Bagwell and George L. Irvin, III
Science
New Series, Vol. 203, No. 4384 (Mar. 9, 1979), pp. 1025-1027
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1747487
Page Count: 3

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Topics: Cell cycle, Lymphocytes, Cultured cells, Histograms, Cell lines, Tritium, Mitosis, Cells, Dyes, Memory interference
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Radiation from Tritiated Thymidine Perturbs the Cell Cycle Progression of Stimulated Lymphocytes
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Abstract

Tritiated thymidine was found to affect the cell cycle progression of phytohemagglutinin-stimulated human lymphocytes. By means of flow cytometry a statistically significant increase in the G$_{2}$ and M phases of the cell cycle was observed in cultures with low concentrations of tritiated thymidine added 18 hours before the cultures were harvested.

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